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president karzai said major world powers will fund a plan to pay the militants in hopes of getting them to lay down their weapons and getting back to civilian life. >>> passengers became scared by a jewish teenager's prayer ritual. they involved the 17-year-old strapping a small sacred box to his head. officials say it was all just a misunderstandi misunderstanding. the teenager was cleared to go on his way. >>> the stepbrother of drew peterson, a former chicago police officer accused of killing his wife, told the court yesterday he may have helped get rid of the body of peterson's fourth wife stacy. he said peterson had him help carry a barrel from his home, a barrel that was warm. drew peterson was also a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife stacy. >>> mother nature is not coming through for the winter olympics in vancouver. the problem, a lack of snow. organizers are scrambling to cart it in from higher elevations. >>> a lack of the white stuff wasn't a problem in brussels. it wasn't snow, but foam sprayed by disgruntled firefighters upset over the handling of promotions.
of a fertilizer that is also used to make bombs. president karzai's office banned the use of use production storage purchase or sale of ammonium nitrate. nato-led forces have already been confiscating it and urging local farmers to use a different type of fertilizer. intelligence officials say pakistani security forces killed three militants in north waziristan today. the troop's first reported foray in the region in months. the u.s. is pressing pakistan to be more aggressive there against al-qaeda and the taliban. police in turkey today rounded up 120 people with suspected lengths to al-qaeda. in simultaneous predawn raids in 16 provinces. among those detained a university faculty member suspected of recruiting students and sending them to afghanistan for training. aid officials say haitians are fleeing earthquake-ravaged port-au-prince by the hundreds of thousands. meanwhile, thursday was said to to be the first day since the quake that there were no successful rescues. correspondent brian wilson is live tonight in port-au-prince with an update on the effort to find some missing americans
for a second term as more express anger over the handling of the financial crisis. >>> hamid karzai is pushing a machine to pay those to lay down guns. the fed secretary roberts gates recognizes -- >> the germans will toss in a beer, if anyone likes a heineken. you aren't going to go deliver beer at night unless you won't get shot and get a big tip. >> defense secretary robert gates recognizing that politics that play into afghan politics. the group must take on a legitimate role. >>> and toyota is working to fix a mechanical problem that led to the recall of 2.3 million cars in the u.s. the gas pedal in several models can be stuck. >> that's what i tell the cops when i get pulled over many. >> this comes months after concerns that floor mats could affect the accelerator. it affects camry, avalon, and corolla models. >> what that was car back in the '70s? amc -- >> the pinto. >> sure. >> you look at it wrong, and it would blow up. >> ralph nader wrote a book on it. >>> sports. yesterday, we showed you pictures of tiger woods at the sex rehab clinic. today, we have radio conversations from the
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